Five young indigenous leaders have been named to the Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) Champions of Change.
Thousands of Diné citizens witnessed Jonathan Nez sworn in as the Navajo Nation’s new tribal president at yesterday’s inaugural ceremony. Myron Lizer took the oath as Vice President.
Indigenous professionals considered knowledge-makers and -keepers can apply for a new, competitive fellowship opportunity through the First Nations Development Institute.
The December Issue Is Here! Native Business Releases its Finance Issue Featuring Cherokee Nation Treasurer Lacey Horn on the Cover
The second issue of Native Business Magazine is hot off the press and shipping across North America.
The digital learning guides provide Nation Builders with learning activities and resources they can use to assist Indigenous communities in their drive for self-determination.
Bestselling author David Emerald recently discussed what it takes to be a leader in an increasingly complex and challenging world at the Native Edge Institute in Seattle.